Sarah’s husband William Foster, 28, survived the Snowshoe Party, and returned with the Third and Fourth Reliefs. George’s brother Jacob’s family suffered more most of the families. By eating the fallen, many in the Donner Party managed to survive the winter—just barely—and were discovered by a series of staggered rescue parties stretching from February 16 to April 17. Son Landrum, 15, died at the Murphy cabin at the Lake on January 30, 1847. His wife and children remained with the Party, many of whom blamed Reed for their predicament. In spite of their ordeal, many survivors of the Donner Party established themselves in California and put the winter of 1846 and ’47 in their past. In 1848 he married Mrs. P. Alfred, but they divorced in 1854 after having two children. The Party did not exist when its members crossed the Missouri River in May, 1846. After this look at the Donner Party survivors, check out this gallery of infamous frontiersmen in full color. But when they returned on April 17, Keseberg was alone, having eaten his remaining companions. Teamster Noah James, 20, was rescued by the First Relief. Athletes to retrace Sierra escape of Donner Party survivors AssociatedPress 1 min ago. Son Isaac, 5, was taken out by the Second Relief, but he died during the storm at Starved Camp about March 7, 1847. Eliza’s half-brother Baylis Williams, 24, died on December 15, 1846 at the Lake cabins. Reed died in 1874. He returned to Tennessee, where he married and had five children. He and his wife had seven children. Genevieve Carlton is a freelance writer with a Ph.D in history. He then returned with Eddy and Foster on the Third Relief. Jacob Donner, 56(? When C.F. Son William, 11, was rescued by the First Relief. A lot of the survivors spent the immediate aftermath recovering in present-day Sacramento at Sutter’s Fort. Unlike the Reeds, the Breen family crossed the plains without fanfare or fame. William McCutchen was a hero of the Donner Party. Top: Painting of Donner Party by Vincent Decourt.Bottom: Statue at the Donner Party Memorial State Park in Truckee, Calif. Photo courtesy of user Noah_Loverbear on Wikimedia Commons. George Donner was elected Captain of the Party at the Little Sandy River on July 20, 1846, but several people joined the Party later, at Fort Bridger and in the Wasatch Mountains. Survivors in the Spotlight As soldiers were burning the Donner Party’s dead up at Donner Lake, their family members who’d made it out alive were safe and warm miles away in the west. His wife Elizabeth, 47, was taken out by the Second Relief, but abandoned at Starved Camp, where she died during the first week of March, 1847. Mary died in 1867. Catherine died soon after. Eldest Murphy daughter Sarah, 23, survived the Snowshoe Party. James Reed was the only adult survivor of the Donner Party to publish an extensive account, beginning with J. Merryman’s newspaper article based on Reed’s notes in the December 9, 1847. Daughter Eleanor, 15, was rescued by the First Relief. The newspapers that first published the diary did not even name the author, a contrast to the newspaper accounts of the Reeds. RENO, Nev. – Two backcountry endurance athletes who became obsessed with the Donner Party spent the past seven years researching and … He stayed with the Donner girls after their rescue. In 1858 she married William Wilder and had five children. He lived to old age in San Jose. Stumps cut by members of the Donner Party show how deep the snow had gotten. Despite the infamy of their ordeal, many … In the spring of 1847, the last rescue party finally reached the desperate remains of the Donner Party. The first rescue party left Sutter's Fort on Jan. 31 and found the survivors at Donner Lake on Feb. 18, 1847. He joined Reed on the Second Relief, and carried out Thomas Reed. Unknown/Wikimedia Commons James and Margaret Reed managed to survive the Donner Party disaster with their four children. Peter, 7, was rescued by John Stark of the Third Relief after being abandoned by the Second Relief at Starved Camp. In the next few months, half of the party died. In 1856 Eddy married Miss. She died in 1861. After her arrival in California, she was taken in by a Swiss couple at Sutter’s Fort, Christian and Mary Brunner. In the spring of 1847, the last rescue party finally reached the desperate remains of the Donner Party. She died in 1877. Son Jonathan, 7, was rescued by John Stark of the Third Relief after being abandoned by the Second Relief at Starved Camp. In the late 1870’s, prompted by C.F. He became a blacksmith in Calistoga, California, and was a valuable informant for McGlashan, locating the cabin sites. Some of the most substantial proof … He died in 1903. The Donners’ friend John Denton, 28, died after being left behind by the First Relief on February 24, 1847. Franklin Graves, 57, died at the Snowshoe Party’s Camp of Death on December 25, 1846. The Expedition of the Donner Party and Its Tragic Fate, this gallery of infamous frontiersmen in full color. He left about $1,500 in coin to George Donner, which was probably the $500 per child offered by Tamsen Donner to the members of the Second Relief to carry out her three daughters. This photo provided by Keith Sutter shows the 4 Forlorn Hope Expedition members from … The court found for Keseberg, but awarded him only one dollar in damages. Athletes to retrace Sierra escape of Donner Party survivors. “We shall never forget the manuscript of that letter,” the editor recalled. It is not known if the quotations are accurate, exaggerated or fabricated. Congressman and Donner went on to write a book about the Donner Party’s demise. RENO, Nev. (AP) — A pair of backcountry endurance athletes who became obsessed with the Donner Party spent the last seven years researching and exploring the Sierra on foot to try to pinpoint the final … The Donner Party’s Survivors. Teamster Samuel Shoemaker, 25, died at the Alder Creek camp in mid-December, 1846. That author arranged for two survivors of the Donner Party to reconnect. Horrible, horrible!”. Joseph Reinhardt, about 30, died at the Alder Creek camp in mid-December, 1846. Daughter Margaret, 5, died at the Lake cabins about the same time as her mother. George’s daughter from a previous marriage, Elitha Cumi, 14, was rescued by the First Relief. Six months after her rescue, she married. Wise recounting some very lurid tales of cannibalism. His wife Eleanor, 25, died at the Lake cabins on February 7, 1847. In March 1847 when the third rescue team reached Donner Lake, rescuers discovered that German immigrant Lewis Keseberg, who’d been traveling with his own family, had eaten two children. SANTA ROSA, May 17.—Robert Crooks, a negro, who was one of the survivors of the Donner party, passed away this afternoon at the County Hospital, where he had been spending his remaining days. Son Lemuel, 12, died on December 27, 1846, at the Snowshoe Party’s Camp of Death. His body was found by the Third Relief. Stanton returned with seven mules loaded with provisions, and two Indians from Sutter’s Fort. Pioneers crossing the Humboldt River in Western Nevada. After their rescue, the Donner Party survivors became famous and then infamous. When rescue expeditions finally reached the the Donner Party the next spring, they found evidence of murder and cannibalism. In 1855 she married Rev. Donner Party Survivor Dies. Like the Reeds, all of the Breen family survived the winter. In 1852 he married Leah Margaret Smith. Harriet’s daughter Naomi Pike, 3, was rescued by the First Relief. Shortly after her arrival at Johnson’s Ranch, she married Perry McCoon, whose schooner had carried the Second Relief across the swollen Feather River. The Graves family were the last people to join the Donner Party on the trail west. Nye and settled in Marysville. Son Simon, 10, was rescued by the Third Relief. More than half of the 81 people trapped at Truckee Lake were underage, and six of them were infants. Edward married Mary Jane Burns and they had three children. Athletes to retrace Sierra escape of Donner Party survivors 4 athletes from California are trying to put themselves in the shoes of the Donner Party. Rescuers even alleged that they saw Trudeau carrying a human leg. She soon divorced Johnson, and married Charles Covillaud. “Who better than survivors knew the heart-rending circumstances of life and death in those mountain camps?” She reported. A.H. Pardee. Luis died, or was killed by the Snowshoe Party, on about January 9, 1847, in the foothills above Bear River. About December 21, 1846, he failed to come up to the Snowshoe Party’s camp near Sixmile Valley. In 1911, she published her book. Five people died before reaching the Sierra Nevada mountains: Luke Halloran, John Snyder Hardkoop, Wolfinger and William Pike. “It was blotted all over with the tears which the poor girl shed while describing the sufferings of her famish[ed] parents, their death, and the flesh of their dead bodies furnishing food for their starving children! T. H. O’Sullivan/United States Geological Survey. He pleaded with Colonel John C. Frémont to gather a team of men to cross the pass and help the company. Son James, 3, died at the Lake cabins in early March, 1847. About the day after George died, Tamsen died at the Lake cabin of Lewis Keseberg. Sadly, she died shortly after arriving at Sutter’s Fort. At their reunion, Keseberg fell to his knees and swore he did not kill Tamsen – though he wouldn’t deny eating her remains. Clarke. Sarah’s husband Jay Fosdick, 23, tried to escape with the Snowshoe Party. He arrived safely at Sutter’s Fort, and attempted a rescue in November, 1846. They first ate their pack animals and dogs. His wife Margaret W. Reed, 32, was rescued by the First Relief. Charles Stanton, 35, left the Party with William McCutchen on about September 12, 1846. In 1911, she published The Expedition of the Donner Party and Its Tragic Fate. Just three months after her rescue, she married William Johnson, co-owner of Johnson’s Ranch. James and Margaret Reed managed to survive the Donner Party disaster with their four children. But rumors swirled that Keseberg had murdered her in order to eat her. Wolfinger, 26, never returned after abandoning his wagon at the Humboldt Sink about October 15, 1846. In 1869 she married Thomas McMahon, brother of Catherine McMahon who was married to Isabella’s brother James. Donner Pass in the 1870s. James Frazier Reed, 46, was banished after killing the Graves’ teamster John Snyder on October 5, 1846, at Pauta Pass (now Goldconda Summit, Nevada). These men joined the Donner Party along the trail. Keith Sutter/AP. Margaret’s daughter from a previous marriage, Virginia Backenstoe Reed, 13, was rescued by the First Relief. Teamster Charles Berger (or Karl Burger), 30, died at the Lake cabins on December 29, 1846. Reinhardt and Spitzer, who accompanied Wolfinger, reported that Wolfinger was killed by Indians, but many of the Donner Party suspected Reinhardt and Spitzer of killing Wolfinger. The rescue expedition successfully reunited James with his wife and four children, who settled in San Jose. One of the most puzzling aspects of the Donner Party is why so many women survived, and so many men died. Margaret’s mother Sarah Keyes, 75, died on May 29, 1846 at Alcove Springs, near present Marysville, Kansas. Pyle was killed a few years later, and in 1851 Mary married J.T. Simon died in 1899. Around 87 emigrants (though sources differ on this exact number) banded together to take a supposedly shorter — albeit, untested — route to California. Used by permission, Utah State Historical Society The group made good progress all the way to Fort Laramie (in what is now southeastern Wyoming ), covering roughly 650 miles (1,050 km) in six weeks. In 1847, she wrote, according to The Indifferent Stars Above: “I hope I shall not live long for I am tired of this troublesome world and I want to go to my mother.”. The two Indians who accompanied Stanton from Sutter’s Fort did not survive either. At 13 years old, Mary Murphy became an orphan after her parents perished at the lakeside in that snowy Sierra Nevada pass. McCoon died in 1853, and Elitha married Benjamin Wilder and settled near present Elk Grove, California (15 miles south of Sacramento). Accused of cannibalism, murder, and stealing, German immigrant Lewis Keseberg became the villain of the Donner Party. One returned with supplies and was trapped--Charles Stanton--and he brought two more with him: Luis and Salvadore. Antonio, about 23, died at the Snowshoe Party’s Camp of Death on December 25, 1846. A more revolting and appalling spectacle I never witnessed.”, In the years that followed, the Californa mountain settlement would become known as “Cannibal Camp” and the adjacent lake that was their final resting place renamed “Donner Lake.”. You can read about the family at McCutchenNorthwest.com. Friend Hiram Miller left the Reeds east of Fort Bernard, near present Douglas, Wyoming, on July 2, 1846 to accompany Edwin Bryant’s pack train. He died in 1873. An exact accounting of the Donner Party is made difficult by deciding exactly when the Donner Party formed. While a small number denied the tales of cannibalism, at least eight survivors personally admitted to eating human flesh. After raising funds for, and leading the Second Relief, Reed settled his family in San Jose, where he farmed and was active in San Jose civic affairs. T. H. O’Sullivan/United States Geological SurveyDonner Pass in the 1870s. Servant, Eliza Williams, 25, was rescued by the First Relief. Son Franklin, Jr., 5, was taken out by the Second Relief, and abandoned at Starved Camp where he died about March 11, 1847. McCutchen joined James Reed on his unsuccessful relief of November, 1846, and on the Second Relief. Daughter Nancy, 9, was rescued by John Stark of the Third Relief after being abandoned by the Second Relief at Starved Camp. He died in 1870 after a fall from a horse. Daughter Elizabeth, 1, was rescued by John Stark of the Third Relief after being abandoned by the Second Relief at Starved Camp. In June, 1847, Breen, Murphy and several other settlers returned to the Lake to salvage the Breens wagons and goods. He married Catherine Sullivan and had three sons. Unknown/Wikimedia CommonsJames and Margaret Reed managed to survive the Donner Party disaster with their four children. The Murphy family suffered greatly, but those who survived did well in California. Uncle George Donner was elected captain of the wagon train that would be known as the Donner Party, Mary Brunner, Georgia and Eliza Donner, photographed about 1850. Starving and driven to cannibalism after snows trapped their caravan in a snowy Sierra Nevada mountain pass, the survivors relayed to their rescuers the horrific … Son Thomas, 3, was rescued by the Second Relief. Shortly after her arrival at Johnson’s Ranch, she received a marriage proposal from Edward Pyle, Jr. She rejected the offer, and Pyle married Mary Graves. He was safe and recovering at Sutter's Fort, but each day he became more concerned for the fate of his family and friends. The survivors of the Donner Party settled throughout California, and some became quite well known with numerous descendants. Both the pass and the lake were named after the Donner Party. McGlashan published a history of the Donner Party in 1879, the husband of one of the Donner girls claimed that the book’s description of cannibalism was false and filed an injunction. The Reeds had two more children. He married Marie Constance Pdeancet and had two children. Upon his arrival at Sutter’s Fort, he filed an action for defamation against Ned Coffeemeyer. Harriet’s husband William Pike, 25, died at Truckee Meadows, present Reno, Nevada, in late October, 1846, accidentally shot by his brother-in-law William Foster. R.W. Patrick Breen, 51, was rescued by John Stark of the Third Relief after being abandoned by the Second Relief at Starved Camp. She died in 1874. RENO, Nev. (AP) — A pair of backcountry endurance athletes who became obsessed with the Donner Party spent the last seven years researching and exploring the Sierra on foot to try to pinpoint the final 90-mile (145-kilometer) route survivors of the infamous tale of cannibalism finally cut through mountain snow drifts to safety in the winter of 1846-47. They had a daughter, but Mary died in 1860. Direct descendants of the party's Donner, Reed, Breen, Graves and Murphy families will attend the event. The Breens settled in San Juan Bautista, on a ranch on the San Andreas fault. In 1862 he married Margaret J. Watson. Of the 81 people who became stranded at … ), died at the Alder Creek camp on March 27, 1847, His wife Tamsen, 45, stayed with her husband until he died, and then attempted to cross the mountains on her own. In April 1846, 10 families and a collection of single men set out on a westward journey from Illinois through the Great Plains. Covillaud founded a town on his land, and called it Marysville. He married Catherine McMahon and had a son who died young, and two daughters. Edward, 13, was rescued by the First Relief. Most of the Donner Party consisted of children and adolescents. They had five children who lived to adulthood. In 1863 she married W.A. The Breens’ friend and neighbor Patrick Dolan, 35, died on December 26, 1846, at the Snowshoe Party’s Camp of Death. Donner and her surviving sisters raised each other in the San Francisco Bay Area until 1861 when she married Sherman Otis Houghton, the widower of another Donner Party survivor. His wife Doriss, 19, was rescued by the First Relief. Daniel A. Jenks/Library of CongressPioneers crossing the Humboldt River in Western Nevada. The old Belgian Hardkoop, about 60, who had joined the Donner Party at Bridger’s Fort, was put out of the wagon by Keseberg on October 8, 1846, near present Winemucca, Nevada, and failed to make it to camp. In return Reed promised to join Frémont's forces and fight in the Mexican–American War. The man’s reputation had tormented and ostracized him, leaving him widowed and caring for two mentally-disabled daughters. Helen Whitworth is a member of the McCutchen family. He was joined by McCutchen, who had been unable to return with Stanton, as well as some members of th… Their son George, 9, was rescued by the First Relief. Elizabeth’s son from a previous marriage, Solomon Hook, 14, was rescued by the Second Relief. In 1896 he presented a talk at Truckee, California, to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Donner Party. 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